Abraham, Arsenal agree to contractual terms


Roma remain engaged in talks to acquire a new striker as Edin Dzeko edges closer to the exit door.

The Bosnian has agreed to a two-year contract with Inter, but the capital club will only allow him to leave once they’ve secured a replacement.

One of those who could potentially replace Dzeko is Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham. The Blues have made the Englishman available and prefer to sell him abroad rather than to a Premier League rival.

Despite Chelsea’s preference of the striker moving to a foreign league, English outlet Metro reports that Abraham is holding out for a move to Arsenal. In fact, the player has already agreed personal terms with the Gunners on a contract.

It remains to be seen how or if Roma will respond, but they certainly won’t wait long for the youngster.

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